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  1. #1
    3 Star Lounger
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    Curious cursor conundrum (2000)

    I'm using a file created by someone else (a time sheet). I access it an average of once per day. I'm a keyboarder, for the most part, and rely on the inverted "T" cursor keys to move around the cells. For some reason, sometimes I open that file and the cursor keys move the screen, not the active cell. I don't even know how to make Excel perform this feat, let alone what causes it to happen automatically or make it stop.

    Suggestions? Comments? Dirty jokes?

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    Plutonium Lounger
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    Re: Curious cursor conundrum (2000)

    Check whether you accidentally turned on Scroll Lock (most keyboards - at least those for desktop computers - have an indicator light for Scroll Lock).

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